FA Youth Cup
Everton's Under-18s have been knocked out of the 2015 FA Youth Cup by Southampton.
|� Youth Cup, 2013-14||Youth Cup, 2015-16 �|
This season's FA Youth Cup campaign saw Everton's Under-18s Academy side fall again in the Fourth Round
|Results & Fixtures||This season's Everton FA Youth Cup campaign|
|Match Details||Team sheets and brief match reports|
|Appearances||Appearance records and goals scored|
|Everton Under-18s, 2014-15 Everton Under-21s, 2014-15|
|There are no replays in the FA Youth Cup. Ties must be
settled on the night, with extra-time and then a penalty shoot-out, if
needed. The semi-final and final are played as two-legged affairs.
All matches have to be played at the home side's senior stadium. Everton
last won the FA Youth Cup in 1998
|FIXTURES & RESULTS|
Day Date Rnd Ven Opponents Res Scorers Mon 9 Dec 3 (a) Stevenage W 2—1 Dyson, Broadhead
|STEVENAGE 1 - 2 EVERTON (aet)|
|FA Youth Cup 3rd Round
Tuesday 9 December 2014
Lamex Stadium, Stevenage
|Everton: Hewelt, Yates, Connolly, Walsh (61' Holland), Thorniley, Bainbridge, Donohue (111' Evans), Duffus (70' Robinson), Dyson, Broadhead, Charsley.
Subs not used: O'Loughlin, Myers. Scorers: Dyson, Broadhead.
The game went to extra time after 90 goalless minutes but Calum Dyson scored in the first minute of the first extra period and Broadhead added a second for the Young Blues.
Sylvester pulled a goal back for the hosts, though, with seven minutes left setting up a grandstand finish but Everton held out.
|EVERTON 1 - 1 SOUTHAMPTON (aet: 4 - 5 on penalties)|
|FA Youth Cup 4th Round
Wednesday 21 January 2015
Goodison Park, Merseyside
Kenny, Connolly, Graham, Thorniley (c), Ledson, Donohue, Williams (Newell
80'), Dyson (Brewster 82'), Walsh (Charsley 65'), Dowell.
Subs not used: O'Loughlin, Yates. Scorers: Donohue.
|The Young Blues were goalless at half time but had carved out almost all the chances and Callum Dyson rattled the woodwork just before the break.
They fell behind to Kyle Clinton's goal early in the second half but Michael Donohue fired home a late equaliser after Harry Charsley's shot was parried and that took the tie to extra time and then penalties.
Clinton missed first for the visitors but when Jordan Thorniley and then Charsley saw their spot kicks saved, Joe Lea won it for the young Saints by converting past Hewelt.
Ryan Ledson - scored, 1-0
|FA YOUTH CUP APPEARANCES, 2014-15|